Breaking News HIGHLIGHTS: Indian Airport Ops Unaffected By Glitch In US Federal Aviation System – ABP Live

By : ABP News Bureau | Updated: 11 Jan 2023 11:46 PM (IST)
Operations are normal at all the airports in India and as of now there is no impact on flights from India to the US amid a glitch in US Federal Aviation Administration’s system, said a senior DGCA official.
Congress chief Mallikarjun Kharge has written to 21 like-minded parties inviting them to join the concluding event of the Bharat Jodo Yatra on January 30.
Major blast near the gates of Afghanistan’s Foreign Ministry
Uttarakhand Governor Lt Gen Gurmit Singh (retd) has given his consent to a Bill providing 30 per cent horizontal reservation to domiciled women of the state in government jobs. Uttarakhand Public Services (Horizontal Reservation for Women) Bill, 2022, was passed by the state assembly on November 29 last year.
Five CRPF jawans have been injured in an IED blast during an encounter with naxals in Chaibasa, Jharkhand. An evacuation operation is on.
Delhi’s Patiala House Court has reserved its order on the bail plea of Air India pee-gate accused Shankar Mishra.
Delhi Police has opposed the bail plea of Air India Pee-Gate accused Shankar Mishra. Police said if he is released on bail, he may influence the complainant.
Congress leader Sonia Gandhi was discharged from the hospital yesterday at around 3 pm, said Ajay Swaroop, Chairman (Board of Management), Sir Ganga Ram Hospital.
CBI arrested Rajiv Mishra, DGM of FCI & conducting raids at over 50 places in connection with unholy nexus b/w FCI officers (technical assistants&ED-level officers),grains merchants,millers incl food grains distributors, involved in supply of low-quality food grain: CBI Officials
Farmers in Bihar protest demanding fair rates for their land which is being acquired for the Chausa Power Plant. They even set on fire a police van accusing them of thrashing a farmer last night
Bihar | Police van set on fire, govt vehicles vandalised by locals in Buxar as they alleged that police entered a farmer’s house last night & thrashed him

A group of farmers are protesting here demanding better rates for their land which is being acquired for Chausa Power Plant

In a major breakthrough against trans-border narcotic smuggling networks, Tarn Taran Police along with BSF recovered 5.92 Kg of Heroin. Pak-backed heroin was recovered from three different places near Indo-Pak Border Line. Three separate FIRs have been registered: Punjab DGP Gaurav Yadav
Around 45 flights have been delayed at Delhi airport due to weather conditions. There was no flight diversion reported till 8am: Sources
Amid cold wave and fog conditions, smog engulfed Delhi as air quality in the national capital became ‘severe’ with an Air Quality Index of 421. 
Delhi | Smog engulfs Delhi, air quality is in ‘Severe’ category with an overall AQI of 421. Visuals from Vijay Chowk area

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Tuesday saw the end of the cold wave in Delhi because of a new western disturbance that was affecting northwest India, reported PTI. However, a thick layer of fog limited visibility to just 50 meters, making it difficult for trains and roads to move.
Delhi’s primary weather station, the Safdarjung observatory, recorded a minimum temperature of 6.4 degrees Celsius, up from 3.8 degrees Celsius on Monday. The temperature reached 18.7 degrees Celsius at its peak.
The minimum temperatures recorded by the weather stations on Lodhi Road and Palam were 6.4 degrees Celsius and 7.5 degrees Celsius, respectively.
“Cold wave conditions have abated from the plains in northwest India. No cold wave is predicted in the region for the next four days,” the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said in a statement.   “However, dense to very dense fog and cold day conditions will prevail over many parts of Punjab, Haryana, Delhi and Uttar Pradesh on Wednesday and will gradually abate thereafter,” it said.
On Thursday, the capital is also expected to see a light drizzle.
According to official sources, a decision regarding the market authorisation of SII’s COVID-19 vaccine Covovax as a heterologous booster dose for adults who have received two doses of Covishield or Covaxin is likely to be made on Wednesday by an expert panel of the central drugs regulatory authority, reported PTI.
On January 11, the Central Drugs Standard Control Organization’s (CDSCO) Subject Expert Committee is scheduled to meet.
According to an official source, Prakash Kumar Singh, Director of Government and Regulatory Affairs at the Serum Institute of India (SII), had recently requested the approval of Covovax as a heterologous booster dose for adults in light of the escalating pandemic situation in some countries.
Covovax had been approved by the DCGI for limited use in emergency situations on December 28, 2021, March 9, 2022, for adults aged 12 to 17, and June 28, 2022, for children aged 7 to 11, subject to certain conditions.
The SII manufactures Covovax by transferring Novavax’s technology.
The European Medicines Agency has granted conditional marketing authorization for it.
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